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Delivering Resilience and Recoverability for Distributed Transactions Poses a Whole New Challenge

by Deacon D.K. Wan  |  May 15, 2018  |  Submit a Comment

Do you know how to ensure data resiliency and recoverability in today’s Multigrained Mesh App and Service Architecture?

For over 40 years, traditional database engines have given transactional systems phenomenal resilience. But as digital business software embraces heterogeneous distributed transactions and microservices, application leaders need new means of ensuring data and process integrity.

 

Delivering Resilience and Recoverability for Distributed Transactions Poses a Whole New Challenge

Published: 11 May 2018 ID: G00351583
Analyst(s): Andy Kyte | Rick Greenwald | Stefan Van Der Zijden | Deacon D.K Wan

 

Multigrained Mesh App and Service Architecture
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Table of content

  • Establish a Baseline of Resilience Awareness and Capability
  • Design for Resilience
  • Audit Digital Business Solutions That Use Nontraditional Software Architectures
  • Study Your Outages — And Those of Others
  • A View to the Future

 

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Deacon D.K. Wan
Research Director
1 years at Gartner
23 years IT Industry

Deacon is the Research Director of Gartner Application Strategy and Governance. Experts in digital innovations, product management, partnership, payments,mobile & e-commerce,BD. Read Full Bio




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